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Educational Technology

Assistive Technology Rocks My Classroom!

Submitted for the White House Student Film Festival 2014. A student with athetoid cerebral palsy shares her Assistive Technology skills and demonstrates the progression from elementary through high school. This video emphasizes the urgent need for more Assistive Tech in the classroom and it allows others to see what people with severe disabilities CAN do. Assistive Technology rocks this student's entire World!

Classroom Resources

The Sherrill Library has a special resource for educators, therapists, counselors to use called the Teaching Resource Center, which is a collection of manipulatives, textbooks, picture books, leveled readers and juvenile fiction and non fiction.

The most effective way to search the collection is to go to the FLO catalog, select the "Advanced Search" option and scroll down the "Location" tab option to find "Lesley-Sherrill Teaching Resources Collection".  Once you have that highlighted, go back above to the search box and start searching!